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Messages From The King

Volume 478: debated on Thursday 26 October 1950

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The VICE-CHAMBERLAIN OF THE HOUSEHOLD (Mr. POPPLEWELL) reported His Majesty's Answers to Addresses, as follows:

" have received your Addresses praying that the Supplies and Services

( Transitional Powers) Act, 1945, the various Defence Regulations and enactments which you specify, and the provisions of the Shops Act, 1950, which have effect only as respects the winter months, be continued in force respectively for a further period of one year until the tenth day of December, nineteen hundred and fifty-one.

I will give directions accordingly."

"I have received your Addresses praying that the Patents (Extension of Period) Emergency Order, 1950, and the Registered Designs (Extension of Period) Emergency Order, 1950, be made in the form of the respective drafts laid before Parliament.

I will comply with your request."

Mr. SPEAKER reported that the House had been to Westminster Hall to deliver a dutiful Address to His Majesty, and read His Majesty's reply.